Loddon Valley Link

Editorial

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Welcome to the December January double issue of the Loddon Valley Link.
It’s been a successful year for us at the Link. We’ve seen a few changes and we’ve improved the magazine (we think) looking forward to the increased circulation from all the new housing development happening around us. We’ve upped the ad revenue to enable us to keep up standards and ensure we can give money to our churches as well as the local community. All of this relies on you, our advertisers, to keep the ads coming in and you, our regular contributors, to keep the magazine interesting, readable and relevant. A big thank you to you all.
Contributors please note that next year we’re moving the article submission deadline to the 14th of the month. This will give the editor a bit of extra time especially on the ’short’ months.
As previously mentioned we’re still looking for help to keep things going. If you can spend a bit of time to contribute ideas and experience on the committee or better yet help edit the magazine please get in touch.
Our cover photo this month is from Lydia Rees. Please keep your photos coming in. as we’ll be running our annual cover photo competition
As we move fully into winter the dark nights have hit and we’re feeling the winter chill but all the better time to get out and about to enjoy the festivities. dec19 contents
We’ve all the usual reports plus of particular note:
Bramley Scouts will be offering their local delivery service (p50). Sherfield Village hall (p12) have a double page spread of fun and Sherfield Park are looking forward to Burns night amongst lots of other events (p32). There’s also the reindeer trail on Sherfield Village Green again this year (p33).
A bit further afield Whitchurch Silk Mill is lighting up its gardens (p38) and hosting the Embroiderers’ Guild (p21)
Please keep your contributions coming in. The magazine doesn't work without the community providing us with interesting articles and ideas. Contributions and criticisms to the usual address. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

The Loddon Valley Link is compiled and edited entirely by volunteers who live in the local community and take part in its activities. It is hand distributed by volunteer neighbours to over 2,000 houses across the parishes of Sherfield on Loddon, Sherfield Park, Stratfield Saye, Hartley Wespall and Stratfield Turgis. It is available online at loddonvalleylink.org.uk. We return any profits to the community in the form of grants, which amounted to nearly £3,000 last year.

Please note: the Loddon Valley Link aims to provide accurate information but the Management Committee cannot accept any liability in respect of errors or omissions. Any opinions expressed in articles are those of the author and not necessarily those of the Loddon Valley Link Management Committee. The Committee cannot be held responsible for the reliability or quality of any goods, work or services in this publication or on our website. The Editor's decision as to the inclusion and content of articles is final. If inaccurate, misleading or otherwise inappropriate information is brought to our attention, we will make every reasonable effort to correct or remove it as soon as possible.

 

 

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